Woman Unwanted is published by artists Li Wei Han and Eva Yuen on the occasion of the exhibition 'Woman' Wanted held at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum from 8 January to 28 July 2003.
The concept of the catalogue originated from certain commonalities the two artists have; such as, their work consists to a large extent of a sense of craftsmanship, and the forms are concerned with the woman. The essays and reviews contributed by a number of local critics and artists offer multiple readings to the two exhibits.

Alternative title

Li Wei Han: Work with the Words | Eva Yuen: Fourth Dimension

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Onsite

Location code EXL.HGK.WOU
Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2003

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

2

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
A 3-Dimensional Cultural Image

- FAN Wanjen Anthea, 樊婉貞

Back to the Woman Radical

- Julie CHIU, 趙茱莉

Explaining 'Seeking Her'

- Audrey WAN, 尹瑞英

But a Spiraling Circle

- FUNG Meiwah May, 馮美華

記阮曼華的藝術歷程

- Jerry KWAN, 關晃

阮曼華眾裡尋她四面體

- KAN Taikeung, 靳埭強

驀然回首

- FUNG Meiling, 馮美玲

來得自然的「語意曖昧」

- CHAN Wailun, 陳偉倫

一笑之間

- TAM Meiyee Eve, 譚美兒

眾裡尋她

- MA Somui, 馬素梅

眾裡尋「她」-- 拆字/解遊戲

- LIU Meiyin, 廖美燕

我為悅己而容?

- LAU Ngayee, 劉雅儀

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